IFF 2018: It’s a Wrap
If you made it to IFF this year, we wanted to say a huge thank you for attending the fourth edition. With 650 delegates in attendance, including 450 represented festivals and over 250 booking agents, it was a busy – and wonderfully sunny – few days.
Photos from the conference and showcases are now live on the website here. They include shots of all showcasing artists, IFF delegates, conference sessions and the ‘Grand Finale’ BBQ. So, even if you weren’t there, you can still get a flavour of this year’s edition.
We’ll be in touch in the New Year with details about our bumper fifth anniversary, but in the mean time, please pencil 24-26 September 2019 in your diaries.
One of this year’s IFF associate partners, Weezevent, not only bought everyone a drink via their RFID wristband, but they’ve also produced a handy whitepaper about cashless payment solutions. If you’re considering moving towards cashless at your festival or event, it’s well worth a read. Click on the image to get started…
Meet the Trade Stands
If you didn’t manage to meet our two hand-picked trade stand partners this year, then there’s still plenty of time to contact them directly.
Artos Systems brings the power of blockchain, such as the Aventus protocol, serving organisations who develop, supply or user ticketing solutions and integrates it with your business needs. Artos ensures the delivery of tools, blockchain API connectivity and analytics via SaaS to businesses involved in the ticketing supply chain, including Promoters, Venues, and Primary and Secondary Ticketing Agents. Get in touch now.
GET Systems are a provider of cashless payment and access control solutions which are tailored across a variety of events from clubs to multi-day festivals. Throughout several separate and combinable modules, GET claim to be “involved in the latest technological developments, meeting the requirements just in time and setting new standards in the scene”. Get in touch now.
October 12, 2018